It is our aim to provide expert and quick bridging solutions without the confusion so have simplified the process you will go through when applying for bridging finance for urgent matters.
A bridging loan can be a uniquely flexible and cost-effective borrowing solution for covering urgent costs and funding time-critical investment opportunities. Bridging finance can be issued up to around 85% LTV, secured against almost any type of property and used for most legal purposes.
With all the paperwork in place, a bridging loan can be arranged in as little as a few working days. Repayable over a maximum term of 12 to 18 months, bridging finance is typically charged at a rate of 0.5% per month.
All bridging loan agreements are tailored to suit the unique requirements of the borrower, with a broad range of regulated and non-regulated products available.
Your broker will help determine which of the two best suits your needs, while negotiating on your behalf to ensure you get an unbeatable deal from a top-rated lender.
A regulated bridging loan is issued when the applicant’s asset (security) for the facility is either currently used or intended to be used as a residential home by the borrower or a member of their family.
Regulated bridging loans can be used for majority of legal purposes, though cannot be issued in the form of a second charge loan with commercial applications in mind.
This could be a useful facility for eligible borrowers who are looking to:
Typical features of a regulated bridging loan include:
Non-regulated bridging finance is issued when the security for the loan is not a property that the borrower or a member of their family resides in or intends to move into as their main home.
Non-regulated bridging finance can be used for almost any legal purpose and is not subject to the same restrictions regarding second-charge loans being used for business or commercial applications.
This makes non-regulated bridging finance a useful option for commercial customers, business borrowers and established investors, who may be looking to expand an established property portfolio.
The basic features of non-regulated bridging finance are similar to those of regulated bridging finance, though often with greater flexibility regarding the types of assets that can be used as security for the loan.
For more information on any of the above or to discuss the benefits of bridging finance in more detail, contact a member of the team at UK Property Finance today.